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WCHS eyes $25,000
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Official results haven’t been released, but two local State Farm agents are confident Warren County High School will be awarded $25,000 in the State Farm Celebrate My Drive contest which ended Saturday.“It’s not official, but I feel like we will get $25,000,” said State Farm agent Bill Zechman.Added State Farm agent Neil Helton, “I think we are in a very good position and we should know soon if we won.”Celebrate My Drive asked people to go online and vote for WCHS with the top 10 schools getting $100,000. The next 90 highest vote-getters would be awarded $25,000.When online rankings were removed from the website Saturday at noon, WCHS was in 29th place. However, voting continued until Saturday at midnight meaning it could be possible, but not likely, for Warren County to fall out of the money.